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I am a PhD student in the Department of Geography at the University of British Columbia. In my PhD research, I use remotely sensed data to study fluvial processes acting on glacier and ice sheet surfaces. I try to understand what controls the distribution of these processes and how they influence glacier/ice sheet hydrology. I am interested in a wide range of surface processes and the methodologies and technologies we can use to understand them. As a Geographer, I am interested in intersections and processes – the intersection between biophysical processes, between biophysical, technological and social processes, and between the scales at which these processes operate.